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Crossroads Community Church of Kearney
Friday, Nov. 15
Friday, Nov. 15
SMITHVILLE — After a brief discussion and appeal from the property owner to remove stipulations pertaining to when use can stop and use of a radio on the field, Smithville aldermen gave final approval Nov. 5, to a conditional use permit for a privately-owned athletic field on the Swearingins…
Across the country every year, hundreds of emergency responders representing fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, towing and transportation agencies are struck and either injured or killed while responding to incidents on the roadway. In order to better educate the public and s…
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division ordered Walter Vera and his company Metals.com to cease and desist after allegedly misleading 13 Missouri residents into investing $1.4 million in gold and silver.
Friday, Nov. 8
Friday, Nov. 8
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COLUMBIA — In a day of eye-popping times, Liberty’s boys and girls teams, Liberty North’s girls squad and individuals from Kearney experienced the first MSHSAA championships raced conducted at the Gans Creek Recreation Area on Saturday, Nov. 9.
Chris McCabe received his first taste of victory as a college basketball coach on Friday, Nov. 8.
LIBERTY — No. 2 Liberty North’s perfect season continued Friday, Nov. 8, while longtime Rockhurst coach Tony Severino saw his coaching career come to an end as the Eagles edged Rockhurst 17-14 in a Class 6 District 4 semifinal contest.
PLATTE CITY — After getting blanked in the first meeting of the season, Smithville took Platte County down to the wire Friday, Nov. 8, in the Class 4 District 8 semifinal round.
KEARNEY — In honor of the Christmas season, Kearney Parks and Recreation will once again allow businesses and individuals to decorate trees along the walking trail in Jesse James Park starting Friday, Nov. 15. The park is located north of downtown off Missouri Highway 33.
KEARNEY — Counting himself lucky to not have bore witness to as many atrocities of the Vietnam War as other members of the military from the same era, Kearney Veterans of Foreign War member Mike Brooks, a 20-year-old Missouri farm boy at the time, said his time spent as an Army soldier in Vi…
Fall is here and this means the beginning of deer season. We will need to be on the lookout for deer on the road for the next several weeks, especially around dawn and dusk.
Each year, we at the Courier-Tribune shed light on the personal stories of local veterans in time for Veterans Day as way of honoring their service and sacrifice. This year, we are highlighting those who served during the Vietnam War.
After being stuck indoors throughout a wet year in Missouri, now is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the cool weather, beautiful leaves and rural countryside.
There are some intriguing similarities, but also contrasts between the current U.S. House investigation of President Donald Trump and last year’s Missouri House investigation of Gov. Eric Greitens.